NEW YORK, NY – Thomas Shelford, President of Corsis, will be moderating a panel discussion for the New York Technology Council titled, “Conquering Technology Due Diligence”, on October 27th, 2015. At this New York Technology Council event, first-hand tips will be given from the industry’s top technology due diligence professionals as they share advice on how to prepare your company for diligence and increase the valuation of your technology assets
Since 2010, Shelford has provided IT Due Diligence expertise in support of investment transactions totaling $2.6bn on behalf of Private Equity and Venture Capital firms in several countries. At the event, Shelford will discuss Corsis’s approach to technology due diligence, areas of focus and a high-level overview of the company’s assessment process. Other panel participants will include Jeffrey Klein, Managing Director of Alvarez & Marsal, Matt Sondag, Managing Director of West Monroe Partners, Neil Mehta, National Leader – IT Transaction Advisory Services of McGladrey and Justin Roberts, Vice President of Thomas H. Lee Partners.
“I’m looking forward to an interesting conversation with my fellow colleagues in the technology investment industry. This experienced panel will be sharing tips and insights for CEOs and CTOs about how to prepare their company for investor scrutiny and increase the valuation of their technology assets.” said Shelford
The role of IT Due Diligence has become increasingly important to investors throughout the decision-making process. Properly preparing your technology assets for sale facilitates the transaction process and increases the overall value of the deal.
Discussion topics for the panel will include:
This event is intended for board members, CEOs / CTOs / CIOs of companies that are contemplating an exit, as well as professional investors who perform technology due diligence on their deals. It is free for NYTECH members and sponsors, $20.00 for non-members. For more information visit nyctech.or or contact Alice Ng, NY Technology Council Director of Events, at firstname.lastname@example.org.